Kitchen Design Trends Avon Lake OH

Most homeowners aren’t just interested in having a great kitchen. They’re also interested in being able to sell their home. Getting a home to sell requires a kitchen that appeals to others as well. Since traditional styles are timeless, using this standard is an ideal choice. Traditional doesn’t mean vintage cabinetry or old-style linoleum. Traditional merely assumes simplicity, clean lines, organization and a well-proportioned kitchen. Read on to find out more.

Airtech Heating & Cooling
(440) 233-5800
718 E 34th St
Lorain, OH
 
O'Neill & Sons Construction
(330) 225-6658
4755 Laurel Rd
Lorain, OH
 
Brooks Concrete
(440) 245-2909
1438 W 21st St
Lorain, OH
 
T-Square Construction Co
(440) 365-0904
251 Hilliard Rd
Elyria, OH
 
Dan Williams Roofing
(440) 288-8815
4606 Oak Point Rd
Lorain, OH
 
Bill Jackson Roofing Inc
(440) 277-0757
5156 Fleming Ave
Lorain, OH
 
Bill "Handy" Mann Services & Remodeling
(440) 323-4888
Servicing Lorain County
Lorain, OH
 
Carpet Warehouse Outlet Llc
(440) 960-1199
3000 Leavitt Rd Ste 2
Lorain, OH
 
Jcc Custom Cabinetry Inc
(440) 328-4553
1444 Lowell St
Elyria, OH
 
K K Home Service
(440) 774-4513
1725 Narragansett Blvd
Lorain, OH
 

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If 2010 is your year for the big kitchen remodel , you’re in luck. It’s a great year to do a kitchen makeover, because there are some current trends sweeping the industry and giving fresh life to kitchen design. Here are three trends making their impact on the kitchen remodel scene.

Traditional. Most homeowners aren’t just interested in having a great kitchen. They’re also interested in being able to sell their home. Getting a home to sell requires a kitchen that appeals to others as well. Since traditional styles are timeless, using this standard is an ideal choice. Traditional doesn’t mean vintage cabinetry or old-style linoleum. Traditional merely assumes simplicity, clean lines, organization and a well-proportioned kitchen. Elements that add too much pizzazz generally don’t fit this category, nor do bright colors or over-the-top style.

Contemporary. The contemporary look is no longer an edgy fringe style. Contemporary designs manifest overt functionality, minimalism and freshness. These designs, too, are a great 2010 kitchen design choice. As for color, the standard black, white and stainless are great, but a bit of variety in colors is also acceptable, as long as these colors are nothing too vivid or intense.

Green. It wouldn’t be 2010 without a green element, too. Choose Energy Star appliances , local materials, power-saving implements and renewable products in...

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